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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Literature/{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Literature/{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. money.

Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, which are from ''Madeline''.



* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: The scene where [[spoiler: Pepito is almost massacred by a pack of dogs after letting them chase him with a bag that has a cat in it.]] Of course, if it weren't for that, he wouldn't have received his HeelFaceTurn.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyViolence: The scene where [[spoiler: Pepito is almost massacred by a pack of dogs after letting them chase him with a bag that has a cat in it.]] Of course, if it weren't for that, he wouldn't have received gotten his HeelFaceTurn.



* GrassIsGreener: [[spoiler:Alice fantasizes about Madeleine and Paris, only to discover that Madeleine fantasizes about Alice and Wonderland.]]

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* GrassIsGreener: [[spoiler:Alice Alice fantasizes about Madeleine and Paris, only to discover that Madeleine fantasizes about Alice and Wonderland.]]



* WeirdMoon: ''Many Moons'' have all different speculations of the moon's distance, size and the material it is made of. A FridgeBrilliance moment was made by the Princess Lenore about how the moon can still exist in the sky when they've already gave it to her. If you know the story, ItMakesSenseInContext.

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* WeirdMoon: ''Many Moons'' have all different speculations of the moon's distance, size and the material it is made of. A FridgeBrilliance moment was made by the Princess Lenore about how the moon can still exist in the sky when they've already gave given it to her. If you know the story, ItMakesSenseInContext.


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* AdaptationalNationality: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should Wiki/TheOtherWiki be trusted.

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* AdaptationalNationality: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is never directly stated where Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should Wiki/TheOtherWiki be trusted.home is, but she notes how difficult it is getting to France, and when questioned about her favorite cheese, repeatedly gives ''cheeseburgers'' as her answer--possibly implying that she's American in this version.




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* WrongTurnAtAlbuquerque: François is trying to conduct a survey of the cheese preferences in Paris, but gets so mixed up in the sewers he winds up in Alice's house, outside of France completely.


* CheesyMoon: Alice thinks the Moon is made of cheese, but François dismisses this as nonsense. This leads into the "Many Moons" short.



* PerpetualFrowner: ''The Frowning Prince'' proclaims this over and over by saying he has an "immovable frown". [[spoiler: In the end, he smiles as he's just wanting everybody to accept it. MindScrew, please?]]

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* MirrorCrackingUgly: The force of the Frowning Prince's frown is enough to break a full length mirror.
* PerpetualFrowner: ''The Frowning Prince'' proclaims this over and over by saying he has an "immovable frown". [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:At the end, just as everyone finally believes him, he smiles as he's just wanting everybody to accept it. with satisfaction. MindScrew, please?]]please?]]
* SerialEscalation: In "Many Moons", when the Lord High Chamberlain, the Royal Wizard, and the Royal Mathematician all say that the Moon is too large and too far away to get as a gift for the princess, each of them describes the Moon as ''larger'' and ''farther away'' than the last one.
* StatingTheSimpleSolution: Twice in "Many Moons", both times with the the Lord High Chamberlain, the Royal Wizard, and the Royal Mathematician giving the complicated answers and the Royal Jester finding the simple answer.
** When the King asks how to get the Moon as a present for Princess Lenore, the first three advisors tell him why it's impossible to do that. Then the Jester points out they don't have to literally get the Moon--they can just ask the Princess how big ''she'' thinks the Moon is, and what it's made of, and get her ''that''. Lenore says the Moon is made of gold and a little larger than her thumbnail, so the Jester commissions a Moon-shaped pendant on a necklace for her.
** After this, the King fears that Princess Lenore will see the real Moon in the sky and realize she was given a fake. His first three advisors come up with elaborate solutions to hide the view of the Moon from her, which the King rejects because they'd all somehow make Lenore sick again. Then the Jester points out that Lenore will rationalize the difference herself, and they just need to agree with her explanation. When the Jester asks her, Lenore matter-of-factly explains that the Moon in the sky ''grew back'', like a tooth or a flower.
* ThatPoorPlant: The Frowning Prince accidentally makes a plant wilt in the Grand Wizard's chamber, just by frowning at it.
* UnstoppableForceMeetsImmovableObject: The Prince from "The Frowning Prince" insists he has an "immovable frown", and nothing the King does can make him stop. Then the King invites over a Princess from a neighboring country, who's said to have an "irresistible smile", that no one can look at without smiling themselves. When the two meet, [[spoiler:the frown triumphs, as the Princess falters and frowns herself. Ironically, everyone else acknowledges that the Prince truly does have an immovable frown, and that's what makes the Prince finally smile.]]


* AdaptationalNationality: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should Wiki/TheOtherWiki be trusted.



* RaceLift: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should Wiki/TheOtherWiki be trusted.

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* GrassIsGreener: [[spoiler:Alice fantasizes about Madeleine and Paris, only to discover that Madeleine fantasizes about Alice and Wonderland.]]


* RaceLift: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should TheOtherWiki be trusted.

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* RaceLift: It's noted that Alice in this version might be American because of her liking to cheeseburgers[[labelnote:*]]a recurring answer she gave to François when he asked what kind of cheese is Alice's favorite[[/labelnote]], should TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki be trusted.


* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: The story of Anatole, in a nutshell.


A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.

It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.

It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''{{Madeline}}'' ''Literature/{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.



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* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a literary context, that just means "don't bug us".
** Besides, they need that for the next [[RhymesOnADime line]].
* LargeHam: François

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a literary context, that just means "don't bug us".
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us". Besides, they need that for the next [[RhymesOnADime line]].
* LargeHam: LargeHam:
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François


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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brMFgPwOZQ8 The full film]] is available on YouTube.


A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.


* DownTheRabbitHole: Or "[[IncrediblyLamePun Down the Mouse Hole]]" in this case.

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* DownTheRabbitHole: Or "[[IncrediblyLamePun Down "Down the Mouse Hole]]" Hole" in this case.


It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' ''{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.


A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[AliceInWonderland [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.


It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous in the field of children's literature. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous in the field of children's literature.for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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